Did You Know Most Cats Were Trained By Clicker Training?
Did you know that cats in movies are most likely to be clicker trained? Crazy but true. Take a look at this video and watch how the trained Leo who played Church in the Remake of Pet Sematary.
I also have a link at the bottom of the page. It will direct you on a great cat training kit to start with. So if you want to make your Cat a Showcase. I highly recommend trying clicker training.
Some Favorite Movies And Things You May Not Know About Them
Leo sadly passed away weeks after the movie released April 5, 2019.
Though there were four different cats who played the role of Church in the film, Leo was the most prominent, especially in advertisements. “Leo is a confident sit-stay cat. His role is as the undead Church; that was his whole purpose, to be the poster child,” said Jarrett. (Leo literally features on the film’s posters.) “The cat you see all across the different platforms, and in the trailer, almost any time he’s in in the undead makeup—that was Leo.”According to Time Magazine of May 2019
Lil Bub, Pudge Waffles and Nala are doing well. Some staring in commercials and getting famous on Utube and Instagram.
A Street Cat Named Bob
A true Story Bob was really a street cat. James Bowen was a heroin addict at his lowest point when Bob, a street cat, came through his window and refused to leave. He helped James overcome his addictions and its a true story of how a cat rescued a human in need.
Tabbies, which also were the most common at shelters, ultimately were chosen because they were the easiest breed to match. “They’re extremely photogenic and easy to work with. An American Humane Association rep was on the set at all times, and there were no injuries to cat or human (aside from some playful kitten scratches). – Source Hollywood Reporter.com
Grumpy Cat’s Worst Christmas Ever
Born on April 4, 2012, Grumpy Cat, whose real name was Tardar Sauce, became an instant Internet star when a photo was shared to Reddit in September 2012 with the caption, “Meet grumpy cat.” After claims of Photoshopping, the owners shared a video that was just as popular.
Ikea recently did a commercial and it actually let 100 cats roam free in this in the clip. Meet the Cats behind the scenes.